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Chef Lindsay Autry hosts ‘Southern Nights’ dinner at The Regional


The Palm Beach Post’s Dinner Series continues in April, when Chef Lindsay Autry hosts readers for a multicourse supper at The Regional Kitchen & Public House in West Palm Beach.

The “Southern Nights” dinner takes place Tuesday, April 25. It will showcase Autry’s signature cuisine, which reflects her North Carolina roots as well as her experiences in coastal South Florida and Yucatan, Mexico. The evening also features Autry herself, in conversation with Post Food & Dining Editor Liz Balmaseda. They will chat about Autry’s food inspirations, her childhood summers spent on her family’s peach farm and how her chef adventures have shaped her menu. 

Supper includes a welcome cocktail, passed hors d’oeuvres, a four-course meal and poured wine during dinner. Tickets cost $75 per person; they can be purchased online at pbpo.st/southernnights

The Post’s most recent Dinner Series event, “An Evening in Montreal,” took place at Chez l’Epicier Palm Beach in October.

Southern Nights with Lindsay Autry 

A Palm Beach Post Dinner Series Event 

When: Tuesday, April 25, 7 p.m., with cocktails at 6:30 p.m. 

Where: The Regional Kitchen & Public House, 651 Okeechobee Blvd. (CityPlace), West Palm Beach

Tickets: $75 per person at pbpo.st/southernnights


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